ON THE GREEN: Rob Thomas comes to Sirromet on February 28 for a day on the green.Rob Thomas will exercise hislove affair with Australian audiences when he comes to Sirromet for a day on the green on Sunday, February 28.
Thomas was frontman, lead vocalist and key songwriter for Matchbox Twenty and is also a major solo artist.
He promises a mix of new and old favourites.
Featuring singles Trust Youand Hold on Forever, The Great Unknown (Warner Music Australia) is the third and latest solo offering. Thomas’solo debut Something To Be hit number oneon the Ariaalbum chart and earned sales of three-times platinum, adding singlesLonely No More, This Is How A Heart Breaksand Streetcorner Symphonyto the list of Thomas classics. His 2009 follow up, Cradlesong peaked at number three with double-platinum sales.
Matchbox Twenty released its debut album Yourself Or Someone Like You in 1996. Home to hits Pushand 3AM, the album amassed sales of 10-times platinum in Australia. The band’s most recent studio album, 2012’s North – fuelled by the hit singles She’s So Mean, Overjoyedand Our Songreaped a US number one debut and Billboard 200 chart-topperand an ARIA Album number one.
Thomas also holds the title of the second-most played track on Australian radio of the past 15 years with Smooth, his worldwide smash hit collaboration with Santana for which he collected three Grammy Awards.
Joining Thomas will be special guest Pete Murray and making his a day on the green debut, Darren Middleton from Powderfinger.
Murray’s quintessential debut album Feelerdominated 2003 selling six-times platinum (450,000 copies) and earning 12 Ariaaward nominations, spending more than two years in the Top 100. Murray has remained one of Australia’s hottest and most in-demand touring properties, repeatedly enjoying sold out tours across the country and aboard.
Darren Middleton, best known as Powderfinger’s lead guitarist and songwriter, will perform a number of iconic Powderfinger songs in addition to his solo material. Middleton released his new album Splintersearlier this month, a follow up to his 2013 full length debut Translations.
A day on the green is a fully licensed event with strictly no BYO alcohol. Food will be available on site or BYO picnic. Deck chairs and picnic rugs are recommended. For all event information, go to 老域名adayonthegreen老域名备案老域名. Tickets: Platinum $199.90, gold $179.90,silver $139.90 plus booking fees. General admission is $105.90 plus booking fees Tickets are from Ticketmaster老域名备案老域名 and136 100.
AND FRANKIE: Pete Murray and his dog Frankie.
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